R&D

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The retro-fit hydrogen car

A hydrogen system to be added to any combustion engine car to achieve one of the two:

1/ For diesel engines: the system enriches the conventional fuel of the car and after the car starts on conventional fuel it can switch to and run on the hydrogen-enriched fuel, thus the system attains around 40% of savings on conventional fuel;

OR

2/ For petrol engines: the system provides pure hydrogen, and after the car starts on conventional fuel it can switch to and run entirely on pure hydrogen.

The car can run on hydrogen or hydrogen-enriched conventional fuel for an unlimited amount of time depending on the available amount of hydrogen;

We are currently applying for funding and we are open to partnership with an investor to complete our budget for an optimal product to enter mass production.

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The hydrogen car

We want to develop a combustion engine car that starts and runs entirely and only on hydrogen.

We have the proof-of-concept idea model.

We need an investing partner for more precise testing and modelling of the final prototype, as well as for mass production.

We are open to partnership with investors, including car manufacturers and in the later case would consider developing their car make into a prototype.

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The retro-fit cargo truck

Same principle as in the retro-fit car for greener cargo logistics: the truck starts on conventional fuel and can switch to hydrogen (for petrol engines) or hydrogen-enriched fuel (for diesel engines) at any time for as long a period as the available hydrogen/hydrogen-enriched fuel allows.

The system is low-maintenance and does not disturb the work of the driver.

It is fully automated and allows for remote live monitoring at any point in time.

The system can be adapted for all weather conditions, including extreme sub-zero temperatures.

We are open to partnership with potential investors to develop and test a prototype for mass production. The entire process of developing and testing a prototype fully ready for mass production will require between 10 and 12 months.